Jacuzzi Boys in Europe, drawing crowds and drawings

By | April 4th, 2012 | No Comments
"Jacuzzi Boys" by David Z. Greene

An illustration of the Jacuzzi Boys playing a gig in London, by David Z. Greene.

Miami garage rockers Jacuzzi Boys are currently having the time of their young lives (presumably) on their 28-gig tour of Western Europe behind the trio’s latest LP, Glazin’. The tour’s first gig, at London’s Shacklewell Arms, drew a tepid review but a pretty cool drawing from The Stool Pigeon’s David Z. Greene, whose illustration of the atmosphere at the Boys’ performance lines up pretty darn closely with the frenzy of their Churchill’s sweatfests, from the frenzied crowd to singer Gabriel Alcala’s silly ad-libs (“Boys and giiiirls. Rats and squirreeeels … thank you so much.”). Judging by this peek into the band’s Europe stomping, it seems like they’re doing Miami proud. You can see Greene’s full drawing after the jump.

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